Three New Colours and a Fresh Set of Accessories from Masterclass Kitchens for Spring 2019
Welcome to another exciting product launch from Masterclass Kitchens with three brand new colours, expanded ranges and new features for you to explore. Create your perfect kitchen and have it all your way.
Masterclass Kitchens are always looking at new ways to innovate and bring exciting new ideas to your cooking, dining and living spaces. Last year we let you know about the new Living Collection, a range of matching sideboards and cupboards to use throughout your home allowing you to create a flowing style throughout your home.
This Spring we have three new colours, an expanded range and some unique accessories to share with you.
Pink and Purple aren’t exactly the first colours that come to mind when you first start thinking about a new kitchen, however Masterclass Kitchens went bold last year and released Mulberry, a stunning deep Purple which we now have on display in our showroom. At the same time they also released Vintage Rose, a dusty pink which was very well received. This Spring sees another shade of Pink they’ve named after a popular Japanese flower; Wisteria. You may recognise this climber as it often adorns the front of your typical English Cottage home.
Combined with a hand painted Light Grey, Wisteria is going to be a popular choice amongst those who want a traditional country kitchen but with a bit of a twist. A modern fresh colour that beautifully complements both Mulberry and our range of Greys.
Also in our hand painted range is Hunter Green. Masterclass Kitchens have visited the Green side of the colour palette a few times with Sage Green, Olive and Spring Meadow. Now they’re going for a deep, rich green which is not far from your British Racing Green. When we saw this colour we had visions of old Aston Martins, Jaguars and even the lovable Mini Coopers hurtling round disused airfields which had been converted into now classic race tracks such as Donnington and Silverstone.
Accessorise this stunning colour with our industrial black handles and add in a matt black Quooker tap for your perfect time saving pit stop.
Last but not least we have a new Natural Oak which has been added to our Solva range. Oak has long been a firm favourite for use in buildings, used anywhere from your home’s framework right through to the dining room table it has become synonymous with quality and durability. The warm tones don’t darken your home, but instead reflect just the right amount of light to bring an airy feel without the washout that can occur with Beech.
Use as a complete kitchen for a hand built solid timber look or as a complementary option with a hand painted door from one of our 28 colours.
Sutton has been given a new colour. Inkwell is a deep blue very similar to the hand painted Oxford Blue yet in an affordable vinyl option. The addition of Inkwell now takes the Sutton palette to a total of twelve colours. Available in two styles, Handled and H-Line our true handleless option Sutton has something for everyone. a truly modern kitchen style that epitomises a minimalist appearance.
People often ask us why our vinyl doors are less expensive, are they a lower quality?
A hand painted door requires many hours of painting and drying to achieve the final product whereas a vinyl door can be wrapped and completed in one sitting. They are both durable and beautifully made and our wrapped doors are perfectly sealed so they are fully protected against any water ingress and swelling.
We’re had a couple of new features released to enhance the classic and traditional kitchen styles. Over the recent years Masterclass Kitchens have been concentrating on their range of shaker and modern kitchens and now it’s the turn of the traditional style. They’ve included some stunning additions to help you create a classic kitchen that any town house or country cottage would be proud to have installed.
First up are some dramatic canopies, one of which we’ve just put up in our new display. These new canopies feature French style corbels, shelving and exquisite detailing. Also in the traditional ranges are new moulded plinths. Usually a part of the kitchen that is overlooked when it comes to the styling department, Masterclass Kitchens have added a subtle groove along the top edge to give your plinths a little design feature all of their own. Combine with the new tongue & groove wall panels which feature shaped bases and traditional sinks to create a real traditional European style.
Check out the gallery below for all the new features.
We hope you enjoyed this update. Come and visit us at the showroom on Clifton Moor to see all the new features and colours, you’ll find us at Unit 8 Audax Close, FlexSpace, YO30 4RA, or give us a call on 01904479792.
We look forward to seeing you soon.